Four Georgia Bulldogs make ESPN's 'Way-Too-Early’ 2023 All-American Team

Georgia is losing 23 players from its national championship-winning team in 2022.

 Thirteen are headed to the NFL and another 10 are either in the transfer portal or have already committed to a new school.

Don’t think for one second that means Georgia will not have a great opportunity to go for the three-peat next year.

In 2021, Georgia had 15 players drafted, including five first-round picks. It also had a number of guys transfer from the program.

 Georgia went 15-0 and won the national championship the following season.

For next season, ESPN has already released its ‘Way-Too-Early’ All-American Team which included four Georgia players.

1. TE Brock Bowers What ESPN said: Bowers was the best (and most versatile) tight end in college football each of the past two seasons. 

He catches everything, can line up just about anywhere on the field and gains yards after the catch like a running back.

2. DE Mykell Williams What ESPN said: From the time Williams set foot on campus, Georgia coach Kirby Smart was raving about his work ethic.

3. LB Jamon Dumas-Johnson What he said: They have great linebackers at Georgia, and Dumas-Johnson is the next one.

 As a true sophomore last season, Dumas-Johnson led the Dawgs’ national championship defense with nine tackles for loss.

4. S Malaki Starks What ESPN said: The young talent on Georgia’s 2022 national championship team was impossible to miss.

The 6-1, 205-pound Starks played well beyond his years as a freshman.

He led all Georgia defenders with 847 snaps played and finished third on the team with 68 total tackles while starting in all 15 games.


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